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Picasso and the Linocut

Here’s a nice short film about Picasso’s linocuts. Picasso worked closely with master printer Hidalgo Arnera in his studio in the south of France. Together they experimented with different printing methods and inks and developed the reduction printing technique which allowed a multi-layer print to be produced from a single block. Picasso and the Linocut […]

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Learning Linocut – book review

Learning LinocutA Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Relief Printing through Linocut by Susan Yeates There is a woeful shortage of good books about linocut so I have to admit I may have got a little overexcited when I found out about this new release, written by artist and educator Susan Yeates. The book sets […]

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Linocut class at East London Printmakers

I teach regular printmaking classes on Wednesdays at East London Printmakers in Hackney, East London.  The studio is a cooperative of 30 artists and has been running for 11 years.  As well as linocut I teach screenprinting and etching.  Workshops are open to all and I usually get an interesting mix of people.  For more […]

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